Somewhat off the beaten path, Iozzo’s boasts one of the coolest outdoor dining areas in town: a secluded courtyard behind the 19th century brick building, shaded by trees and enlivened by flowers and plants. The interior doesn’t lack for old-world charm, either. Although essentially southern Italian in style, the menu offers vibrant flavors, home-made sauces and frequent fish specials. Quality is consistently good. And you get a sense that they really know what they’re doing in the kitchen. The wine list is quite extensive, with a good number of well-chosen, moderately-priced selections and a few surprises: Shafer Hillside, anyone?